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My latest interview – with Positive Psychology Program

{lang: ‘en-GB’}A big thank you to Seph Fontane Pennock, from the website, for reaching out to interview me about my work, my life and positive psychology. I’ve had the privilege to be part of the positive psychology community since

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March 20th is International Day of Happiness

{lang: ‘en-GB’}Regular readers of this irregular blog will know that my background is in positive psychology, and that I graduated from the Master of Applied Positive Psychology program at the University of Pennsylvania. Many of my colleagues have collaborated to

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Blue Zones at MAPP Summit

{lang: ‘en-GB’}This is the last in my series of positive speakers at the 2012 MAPP Summit in Philadelphia. Previous posts in this series discussed reciprocity rings, connectedness, perception of time, and MAPP alumni sharing. You may have heard of Blue

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Reciprocity: what can I do for you?

{lang: ‘en-GB’}This is the fourth article in my series about the 2012 MAPP Summit, which took place in Philadelphia October 2012. Previous articles are here and here and here.  Dr. Adam Grant was a new instructor at Wharton, as far as I recall,

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MAPP Summit in Philly

{lang: ‘en-GB’}Those who have been following this blog for a long time might know that each year, I head to Philadelphia for a very special “conference”. It’s called the “MAPP Summit” and it’s held for graduates and current students from

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